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Okeeba Jubalo

Artist, CEO, Creative Director, Speaker and Publisher

An Atlanta-based fine artist, curator, creative director of NobleSol Art Group and founding publisher of Young Black Entrepreneur Magazinewith a vision and skillset cultivated over the last twenty-five years.


A leader within Atlanta’s Fine Arts and creative industries, Okeeba is well-positioned to lead the charge of creating new technology driven business models for the art and publishing industry.

As the founder of the Wolf Pack Internship Program and the Wolf Den's HBCU Entrepreneur's Pitch Sweepstakes, his passion for working with students is a true labor of love. 

When asked about this decision to focus on the youth Okeeba stated,

"If Black America stands a chance at getting things right we will have to add to their educational process, school isn't enough. We have to be transparent about what it means to build a business in America. It is also up to us to do more than just talk to these students, we have to roll up our sleeves and help them."

Jason Warner

Johnny Clarkson


Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Saturday -Sunday CLOSED


*Same day requests are only accepted Monday - Thursday and

may incur additional processing fees.


Existing Clients:

Website updates, edits, additions, logo revisions etc. will be processed within 2 business days from the time the request is received. If your request will take longer you will be notified immediately. Please don't send duplicate emails because they may slow down the flow of production. 

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